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Sitting at the Feet of Jesus. Clothed and in His Right Mind.

He had no home because he himself had become an airbnb to a host of demonic spirits. So many, in fact, when Jesus asked the man his name, he replied, “Legion.” And he wore no clothes. So consumed by evil … Continue reading

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An Escapee

Singing a song of ascent this morning, literally, to a tune I heard on a Gaither video (both likely written around the same time 🙂 ). An if / then song. If this had not been true, then that would … Continue reading

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The Turning

The word is used only once in the New Testament. And this morning it jumped off the page as I read it in Acts. A term I recall hearing more frequently 30 or 40 years ago, when I was a … Continue reading

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Of the Truth

The celebration nears. The remembrance of a birth is less than two weeks away. For many it’s about family and traditions, with little significance beyond that. For others, it includes the heart-warming folklore of the “No Room Here Inn,” a … Continue reading

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In the Midst

Dead to rights. No escaping. Positively guilty. She had been caught in the act. And now they were hoping that He would be, as well. She had been busted playing loose with morals. They were pretty sure He’d be tripped … Continue reading

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Of Nations and Individuals

Finished up in Jeremiah this morning. Continued reading in John. And I’m in wonder at a couple of “folds” in the manifold wisdom of God (Eph. 3:10). Over the final chapters of Jeremiah, God is clearly portrayed as sovereign over … Continue reading

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Clothed and Covered

The last part of Isaiah is glorious. The focus is on God’s Holy Servant, the Messiah. And the subject matter has more to do with restoration and reconciliation than repentance and restitution. More to do with the hope of the … Continue reading

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